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Desperado lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Kenny Rogers.
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Desperado Recorded by Kenny Rogers Written by Don Henley and Glen Frey
C C7 F Fm Desperado why don't you come to your senses C Am D7 G7 Been out riding fences for so long now C C7 Oh you're a hard one F Fm But I know that you got your reasons C Am These things that are pleasing you D7 G7 C Will hurt you somehow
G7 Am Em Don't you call on the queen of diamonds boy F C She'll beat you if she's able Am F C G7 You know the queen of hearts is always your best bet Am Em F C Now it seems to me some fine things have been laid upon your table Am D7 G7 But you always want the ones you can't get
C C7 F Fm Desperado you ain't getting no younger C Am D7 G7 Your pain and your hunger they're driving you home C C7 F Fm Freedom oh freedom is just some people talking C Am D7 G7 C Your prison is walking through this world all alone
G7 Am Em Don't your feet get cold in the wintertime F C The sky won't show and the sun won't shine Am F C It's hard to tell the nighttime from day G7 Am Em Now you're losing all your highs and lows F C Dm G7 Ain't it funny how the feeling goes away
C C7 F Fm Desperado why don't you come to your senses C Am D7 G7 Come down from your fences and open the gate C C7 F Fm It’s raining but there's a rainbow above you C Am F Fm You better let somebody love you let somebody love you C Am You better let somebody love you D7 G7 C Before it's too late
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